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i can. >> carolyn with is with you too? >> caller: yes. >> carolyn, tell us your last time. >> caller: towel et. >> what is your job? ? >> caller: president of clinton county women. chair of the precinct. and i have been on the central committee for many years. >> all right. is it your precinct that still has not reported the official results? >> caller: no, it is not mine. i received a call at about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get a hold of someone from 22. that time they gave me a name and i tried calling, because it is late here. they were in bed. and the claire was also in bed. >> so what you are saying is -- >> caller: so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and woke her up and got her up. >> so edith, tell bus this precinct tp is it in clinton county still not reporting the results? >> caller: no. the results from -- it is clinton second ward second precin precinct. and the results were called in at 7:48 p.m. this evening. >> so what you are saying is that all of the precincts in clinton county have under fact reported, is
that for a minute. edith and carolyn, who helped us solve this mystery on tv, are trending on twitter and worldwide. edith, guess what else is trending? hash tag cnn after dark. i'm not making this up. cnn after dark is trolling. not that kind of cnn after dark. we've got all sorts of tweets about edith and carolyn. this one says i really couldn't swear. it's lucy and edith. this is from our jim spellman who spends a lot of time out there. edith and carolyn deserve their own weebles. lots of good stuff. pirs morgan had a show to do earlier. it didn't work out that way. jonathan says set your calendars for the iowa caucus baby boom in nine months. the twitter verse who joked with me, we saw the numbers decreasing. they have woken up again. they have woken up. the twitter verse is alive. edith and carolyn, thank you very much. >> it's really the best live phone call i've ever heard. it was incredible. >> you know what, we're going to try to get them on the phone in the next few minutes. i want to thank them for helping america solve this mystery. edith and carolyn, they're good friends. they're frien
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about edith and carolyn, who solved the case of the missing votes. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> so long, iowa, hello, new hampshire. the republican presidential candidates are zeroing in on the next battlefield and a big primary coming up on tuesday. the front-runner, mitt romney, is following up his squeaker win in iowa with a new endorsement from senator john mccain who beat him in the new hampshire primary four years ago. several of romney's opponents also are in new hampshire right now. but rick perry says he's heading south. he sent out a tweet today saying here we come, south carolina. and a photo from his morning run confirming he's staying in the race despite his poor showing in iowa. michele bachmann made a very different decision, ending her presidential bid today after a crushing defeat in the state where she was born. rick santorum lands in new hampshire later today pumped up by his almost win in iowa, a mere eight votes. eight votes behind mitt romney. dan lothian is joining us from manchester, new hampshire. it will be tougher for santorum to d
details about kennedy's proposal to carolyn. the constant strain on their marriage and why carolyn almost didn't get on the couple's ill-fated flight 12 years ago. >>> let's begin on a thursday morning with breaking news. the surprising new totals from the iowa caucuses. chuck todd is nbc's political director and the chief white house correspondent. he's in rock hills, south carolina this morning. two and a half weeks ago we thought mitt romney won by eight votes, now it appears that rick santorum won by 34 votes. will this impact the race? or should it impact the race at this stage? >> well, will it and should it? it is interesting. because when you look at how mitt romney has spun his first two victories. he talked about it was historic and the fact that no republican had ever won both iowa and new hampshire in the same year. and in fact, 72 hours ago we were talking about almost a coordination. he was going to go 3-0. well here he is now in a 48-hour period and a week ago for mitt romney thinking he was about to go do something that nobody had done before. and either side, win all thre
for teens or young adults. >> i'm a math major. >> reporter: when carolyn hale counsels young people with cancer at vanderbilt children's hospital, she speaks from experience. ten years ago at age 13, hale complained of back pain, doctors said it was from her back pack, but she turned out to have nonhodgkin's lymphoma wrapping around her spine. >> they hit you with so many poisonous drugs so, much chemotherapy that you just can't help but feel lifeless. >> reporter: carolyn is part of a largely unknown group in the war on cancer. adolescents and young adults ages 15 to 39 account for more than 72,000 new cancers every year. seven times more than pediatric cancers and unlike other groups their mortality rate have not improved. >> our peers are suffering because there's not been medical advances that have trickled down to our age group. >> reporter: after surviving brain cancer at age 21, matthew zachary founded an organization called up it cancer. >> young adults who don't get cancers that are easily screened, they get hodgkin's, they get sarcomas, usually not detectable cancers so, i
notice. >> john and carolyn were one of the most famous couples on the planet. >> in a new book, "fairy tale interrupted," john's assistant, rose marie terenzio, says there was more to this couple than their public persona. she writes, john was more than a mannequin of good looks and privilege. carolyn was not this uptight, cold and guarded person. >> sometimes he was incredibly sweet and genuine. she was a real person. very motherly with her friends. very caring. >> the author spoke to "people" magazine about the book, in which she reveals, despite being one of the most photographed couples in the world, even john and carolyn were surprised by the attention their 1996 wedding, a secret affair, generated. >> they called rosemary and said, did it make the papers? and she said, are you kidding me? it's everywhere. >> as with many couples, terenzio says things weren't always perfect. >> it was very difficult for carolyn to get used to being in the limelight. and i think she did need some empathy on his part. >> rose marie says by the summer of '99, the couple's relationship was strained. s
, we're bringing in carolyn mckinny, the chairman of republican caucus of new hampshire and is here to continue our discussion regarding the countdown to the new hampshire primary. welcome to the program. guest: thank you, it is great to be here. host: what is the republican liberty colchis? guest: we are a grass-roots organization and we are dedicated to promoting and advancing the traditional republican principles of limited government, personal responsibility, and free enterprise within the new hampshire republican party, the state legislature, and the general public here in new hampshire. we do that through a variety of activities including supporting candidates for elective office, legislative activism, media outreach, and public education efforts. host: the parent organization has endorsed ron paul. will the rlc of new hampshire make a separate endorsement? guest: actually, as a state organization, we focus specifically on the state of new hampshire. our endorsements are limited to state offices like governors and state senators and house representatives. it is just the republ
wife, carolyn bessette were killed, kennedy's assistant said the couple was having serious marriage troubles. rosemary terenzio sat down with "people" magazine to talk about the book. bessette initially refused to get on the flight in 1999. terenzio told carolyn she could go on the trip because it was a family wedding. hours later the plane crashed into the atlantic ocean near martha's vineyard. kennedy, carolyn bessette and lauren bessette were all killed. >>> coming up, new allegations facing one of the region's major utilities. why some say pepco is not paying >>> the race for south carolina is tightening up this morning as criticism builds for republican front-runner mitt romney. >>> and plans to repair the washington monument are moving forward thanks to a major donation. i'm eun yang. >> i'm joe krebs. welcome back, it's thursday, the 19th of january. let's take a live look outside. we have 31 degrees, and we have nice skies, but it is cold out there this morning. that's probably one of the warmer areas, right? 31? >> that's right. most locations in the teens. take a moment to
the republican party. in clinton county. edith, can you hear me? >> yes, i can. >> carolyn is with you, too. >> yes, i received a call at about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get a hold of someone from 2-2. at that time they gave me a name and i tried calling because it's late here. they were in bed and the chair was also in bed. >> so, what you're saying is -- >> gave the information so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and woke her up and got her up. >> who won? >> mitt romney won with 51 votes. rick santorum and ron paul tied with 33 votes each. >> so, that's 51-33. if this is the missing precinct, wolf, add it up there. mitt romney wins by 20 something votes. >> what is the total for clinton county, romney, santorum, paul? >> oh -- i haven't -- oh, i added them up. i added them up a couple times. oh, man. i showed romney. >>ing up with a total of 437 votes for clinton county. santorum had 354. . perry had 73. paul had 292. huntsman 12. gingrich 151. michele bachmann 62. and there were 5 votes for herman cain. >> the numbers we just received f
the votes carolyn tallet. >> we have two women calling in and we have called them from clinton county, from the republican party in clinton county. edith, can you hear me? >> yes, i can. >> and now carolyn is with you now? >> yes, i received a call at about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get a hold of someone from 22. and that time, they gave me a name and i tried calling, because it was late here, they were in bed and the chair was also in bed. so i wanted to rely the information, so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and got her up. >> and who won? >> mitt romney won with 51 votes. t ri then rick santorum and ron paul tied with 33 each. >> if this is the missing precinct, wolf, mitt romney wins by 20-something votes. >> what is the total for clinton ko county, and romney, santorum and paul. >> oh. are they correct? >> i haven't -- well, god, i oohooh -- i added them up a couple of times, and oh, man, i show romney coming up with a total of 437 votes from clinton county, and santorum had 354. perry had 73. ch paul had 292. huntsman, 12. and gingr
can. >> carolyn is with you as well? >> question. yes. i received a call from about 12:20 from the state central committee asking if i knew how to get ahold of someone from 2-2. at that time they gave me a name, and i tried calling because it's late here. they were in bed. and the chair was also in bed. i needed information, so i came to edith's home and pounded on the door and woke her up and got her up. >> ward 2, precinct 2. who won? >> mitt romney won with 51 votes. rick santorum and ron paul tied with 33 votes each. >> so that's 51 to 33. if this is the missing precinct, wolf, add it up there, mitt romney wins by 20-something votes. >> what's the total for clinton county, romney, santorum, paul? >> oh. are they correct? i haven't done -- i -- oh, god, i added them up. i added them up a couple times. oh, man. i show romney coming up with a total of 437 votes. from clinton county. santorum had 354. perry had 73. paul had 292. huntsman, 12. gingrich, 151. michele bachmann, 62. and there were five votes for herman cain. >> the numbers we just received from the county chairwoma
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program called "cnn after dark." >> well, no word on whether edith and carolyn will take us up on the "cnn after dark" because it would be a great show. randi, what do you think? >> i think it is a great idea. let's get them under contract those two ladies. >> such a great night and incredible morning there. randi, i hand it over to you for randi, i hand it over to you for "cnn newsroom" to continue. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> hello, i'm randi kay and it is 1:00 eastern and we have a busy hour ahead. next stop is the new hampshire and there is a new face on board the mitt romney express. and then john mccain who defeated him in the granite state will now endorse mitt romney. this is six days ahead of the primary of 2012. and the governor holds a huge lead in the polling in contrast to iowa where he squeaked out a victory in the caucuses last night by the smallest margin of any presidential contest ever. much more on that in a moment. the guy whose job romney wants is right now in the suburb of cleveland to talk about the economy. we will hear from president obama live at a q
. >> then inside the lines of american royalty. true stories behind john f. kennedy jr. and carolyn's marriage. >> first, your trivia question of the day -- i take a multivitamin, but i wanted more support for my heart. i found centrum specialist. a complete multivitamin enhanced for what's important to me. vision. energy. prenatal. heart. [ man] new centrum specialist helps make nutrition possible. i wanted it to be special. oh, what's this? it's progresso's new loaded potato with bacon. mmm, it's good. honey, i love you and... oh my gosh, oh my gosh.. look at these big pieces of potato. yeah but honey, i love you and... is that what i think it is...it is... it's bacon. honey look. [ male announcer ] progresso rich and hearty... 4 new flavors, you can lose yourself in. what's that? big piece of potato. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. >> they helped president obama win the white house back in 2008 and now maybe more than ever, the independent voter will be crucial in determining the outcome of this next election. that's because currently, a record number of americans
to the secret world of the men. jackie setnor has been a skillet, and i'm going to keep carolyn, but i'll lose him. the only way to interpret what he was going to be part of the secret world where bill graham and the rest all knew that everybody's girlfriends. and they kept a secret. the other part of it was just too he was. jack kennedy was one thing in this case. the old man chased women. gloria swanson has a wonderful story. rose kennedy and joe kennedy or an ocean liner and across the atlantic. it was said to joe, you won't believe who else is on the boat. and joe had set it up where he had his girlfriend on the road with them for the five-day trip. this is the kind of stuff that was outrageous commandments behavior in the day when men could get away with it. >> host: until 1987 where he said solemnly around. the press didn't write about it. castro still today, do you know anybody really who does investigative pieces and puts any researcher time digging up that private life? >> guest: i know a lot of other candidate. >> host: what normally happens is there's a press conference in new york
was published "disrupting the balance of power." carolyn barta is the author. she is joining us from her home in texas. you knew ross perot as a journalist before many people met hi. can you tell us about his roots in texarkana and what shaped the man we knew of a national stage? >> perot was from texarkana. he had an average texas childhood. as a boy he broke horses and traded horses. he was an eagle scout. even in later tonight i think he kept all of the traits of the eagle scout. he would set of objectives and goals and try to pursue those goals. he was very much in the texas tradition of the day. as he grew and went to the naval academy and started his own businesses, he was representing the can-do spirit of texas. his vision was a big, the state was big, there were powerless opportunities. the sky was the limit. he really sort of played into what was the texas mythology with texas politicians who were larger than life, very successful businessman who made a fortune here. they were risk takers, they were not afraid to fail. that was the sort of spirit he had at that i think got him into t
be maddening but career coach carolyn levine advises to be proactive. don't be afraid to ask when you can expect to hear from them. who should you follow up with? if you're upfront about it, they may respect you more for that and you won't just be sitting by the phone. you will have a list of things to do. it's often a waiting game of at least a week or two, but levine says even the best companies have candidates that sometimes fall through the cracks. meaning it takes time. or they need to wait for a key d decisionmaker to come back with salary requirements or how long they can offer a contract and budgets have to be sorted out or they have to finish the roster of interviews. for instance, this is an obvious one, but send a thank you note in the first 24 hours. and, yes, in this day and age e-mail is fine. it doesn't have to be on painer. then you can wait five business days to follow up with the person who actually interviewed you, and just check in with them and say how is it going? i'm literally just checking in. suzanne? >> within 24 hours, huh? that's quick turnaround. just send it
to defeat barack obama, you are only going to defeat him with a conservative and that requires south carolyn generals to come together. >> a lot can change in ten days. but gingrich is shown with only half of the support that romney has and compared to last month, romney has almost doubled his support and gingrich has lost have of his. this morning on cnn, sticking it to president obama. >> i have a long way to go before i get the nomination. if i'm lucky enough to get it. but i really think we're best off focussing on the failure of the president and people want to hear and understand how we're going to lead the country and that's what i'm going to be talking about. >> right now we're going to talk about what mitt romney last night was pretty dominant. he dominated every subgroup that was out there. >> it was a very impressive win. 40%. that's pretty good. yes, he's from neighboring massachusetts and democrats are saying -- spinning it, saying that he should have done much better. look, he did a lot better than ron paul and huntsman. the two guys that he fears the most, santorum and gingric
businesses, please welcome meramec ceo, nick sanazaro and translator eeo, carolyn sanzaro from missouri. [applause] now let's talk for a second about our military adventures. honoring employ military veterans as a key element of our missouri work strategy. during my last visit to an extent, i was talking with a group of soldiers who were about to go out on patrol. they said we are suiting up. i asked one of the soldiers what he was most worried about. his answer really surprised me. he didn't say he was most worried about facing the enemy that may. he looked me straight in the eyes and said governor, what i am worried about is whether there is going to be a job for me when i get home. folks, our job is to make sure the answer to that question is a resounding yes. [applause] every veteran who needs a job should be able to get one. 2009 we pass legislation to begin phasing out state taxes on military retirement income. that law is a strong signal that we want military veterans to move to missouri, to work in missouri and make missouri their home. in 2010 we launched show me here is from a
-span, right? host: yes it is. who is this? caller: this is carolyn. host: where are you calling from? caller: mississippi. host: what you think of the president's proposal for streamlining agencies into one group. caller: i do not completely agree with it. host: why not? caller: because they have different functions. i do not think that the government agencies are the problem. i think it is people trying to prejudice folks against government workers. i think the problem is the loopholes. we are not generating money. that is the problem. everybody is so weak minded and scared of their political position. let me tell you. it is the wealthy people who are killing us. even with church donations. we have people just doing double dipping. you have churches worth billions of dollars for paying no taxes. they would rather cut medicare and social security. host: in "the houston chronicle" this morning, they have this headline. during his announcement, the president also talked about helping business. [video clip] >> from the day they come up with an idea, they need a patent. today the day have to bui
it was carolyn, and i said, no, it's rose, and she said they never landed and i said well they probably went to massachusetts, and she said no, they did not land there, either, and i started calling and calling and calling and calling and it was awful. >> to look at the pictures of them they seemed like such a charmed couple, so incredibly good looking, what were they really like? >> like every other couple who had ups and doings but theirs were played out in public. they were fun to hang out with and generous, and they were just a regular, great couple. >>alisyn: there were rumors of marital discord. were they separated when this happened? >> no, not at all. they were together, and they had marital problems like everyone else, ups and downs but there was nothing out of the ordinary about their arguments. >>alisyn: you say their ups and downs were based on john's insensitivity. >> he grew up in the public eye and was used to be followed around by the press and it was sort of, sometimes he would and sometimes he would not be followed and there was a sense he had no privacy but that wasn't the
this will be my first election. host: thank you for calling us today. new hampshire, carolyn is calling us. did you see the event or did you watch it on tv? caller: i was watching it on channel 16, but then i drove up town to see what the parking situation was and then we decided to come back home. host: well, there was quite a crowd here so you probably had the warmer of the two choices. did you come out because you support him or have you made up your mind? caller: i have made up my mind, and it is jon huntsman. i met rick santorum last night. he is personal and pleasant. he is too far right on social issues for me. one of the other concerns i have, one of the reasons i like huntsman and romney too is there executive experience. i feel santorum does not have that kind of management experience that i feel is very important. huntsman also has great international experience. i just wanted to call in and let you know how i was -- host: tell us how your candidate is doing with voters here in new hampshire. do you think he is connecting? caller: people i talked to when i say i am supporting huntsma
with carolyn goodman, the mayor of las vegas. this lady is a rock star. she got elected last july. she and her husband switched states. she has charisma. she started a private school before she ended up becoming mayor. her school was one of the only schools in las vegas to went -- that went on to have a 100% graduation rate with kids going to college. one of the things that mayors can do is a line there city services. number one it is alignment. all of us as mayors have to align our city services with the school districts. it does not cost money. it is about efficiency and building partnerships. all of us can do this. tell us the programs you have initiated in terms of student outcome and alignment. >> i am delighted to be here and part of this group. this is an excellent pamphlet that has been given to all of you. 12 years of being here and accompanying my husband, every day of his life he would assure his population he was the happiest mayor in the universe. everybody thought it was because he was lucky to be a mayor. the reason was true because every morning i would get out of bed before hi
newspaper's endorsement of new gingrich. then, carolyn mckinney discusses where newspapers endorsement. then, a discussion on the impact of the 2012 campaign. watch "washington journal" at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. now, ron paul posts 8 am meeting in new hampshire. -- hosts a town hall meeting in new hampshire. [applause] [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. >> thank you for coming out tonight. rather than be doing the introductions, i want to introduce kelly. [applause] >> i am very excited tonight to introduce dr. paul. he is just wonderful. i am an independent, not a republican, not a democrats. dr. paul is somebody that is just completely different and everything that is out there. it is not status quo. i am really hoping tonight that some undecideds will get a chance to ask him some questions and understand and you will be able to see the differences between his ideas and the rest of it. i will let him get right on it. jim is going to ask him some questions and then we'll open it up to the audience. [applause] >> i will ask a few questions. my first question, dr. paul, you s
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